Drunk History Australia – 3 January 2021 – 3/1/2021 – Sunday – Ten – 10
James Mathison puts his spin on Gough Whitlam’s political assassination, and Joel Creasey retells the tale of Australia’s forgotten war – with emus, all while drinking heavily.
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